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WTD.VnsnAY, JAVUAIIY 12, 1916.
War Operations Felt in Trade
Says Manufacturer at
ELK HA KT, Jin. 1 1 .'Although
manufat tnrers of an 1 instruments
are now ovratir. full forces on
full time, it heins to look as if
they wouM hae to .-u;" nci ..aera
tions for lack ri !t.is and nitri'
ami siilj.hurir a-i.I." siitl an Kk
hart manufacturer T itslay.
J'ravi U hardly to i,e ol.Mir.ed at
all at any j.i i h s.ild, "I'O' .iiise
of the dnifand for that metal in
ma kin z a a r ! unition. The ai id.s
nrr offered in ;-:nall ,.iantities. hut
at r.xhorhitant j.ru.s. They are not
mado her- in Mittu'ient volume, and
we have ! ;enl -d upon the import
ed supply."
T.u.r.-e d.-w-hlTa f George Weh
er, a life-Ion-' r.-idnt and well
known enii w.-r '. t' ran of this vi
cinity, a.e v-ry apprehensive con-
(!!:!::; his saf'.ty for they fear h-'
nay f the ;-., rv Wfl.cr, "aso.! i
7 a and ivi w; r t-ran." who was
re port d in J leerMphi'.." dispatches
last Thürs !.! as i,.iip..; h'-en found
dead that in (Ip.-tn Hay, ,
W i.-. . j
We, a ; 1 it her.-- ahout tiiree :
i'Miii; s a''o to i.-it in I nald -on, j
Marshall oun'y. Ind . hut nothinicj -has
Lc-n heard fnoa him since then.!
The dauvhurs think he may have Governor of Michigan, How-
jtriK'oeded to i. o.isin to visit a
1-iotlier. whiwse exact w lu r ahouts in
that state the daughters do not.
k n u v. .
Th ilau-htcrs are .Mrs. Frances
.tlains of Lip.i oln .t.. with whom
!r. Weher lived. Mrs. AlheK Shook
or 1j Williams st.. and Mrs. John
l;ii's of iihiw dale ilV.
Mrs. Shook said that inquiries sent
to'l.onaldson and C.n-n Pay ha,i j
l'.ot vet I'ffn -iinsncrol
'.AO employes of the nn I
factory are to he the benefactors of j
I i . r, i tl t w Vi ! r i i i' iil'in elifh U'finl !
.. ...... .....v..
into rrrect Jan. l. An ottieer of the
oinp.my today said that the details
of the j i hm had not !een completed,
hut that all enndoyes had lx en no-
titled hy personal letter of the com
pany's action.
l'ropos;ils for linhtiriK the streets
ol the city, I ased on the plans and
specifications furnished by the city,
were tiled with the city commission -
rs hy the Indiana .V: Michigan Klee-
trie Co.. and by the Klkhart (las ;
tC Fuel (.V.. Tuesday. The proposals
jire coinxdicaf eil and ol u m ijius.
The co;iimissioners announceil
that all they had heen able to do
n t.. . , - . 1 - . . - t-, I ....... . .... ...I-.. I
" i v in.i n r nil i iiiiiaiv ll nai
it would cost the city a year to
light it with a minimum of ."00
lights as proposed by the electric
company under what b designated
as "the Indiana M iehian Mlec-
tric Co. proposition" for installation,
iiiipmcnt. etc.
Kraltillc M-ler Keiiiains l'nc.
pl iinc I Croud I .e I by Line
man in limit.
m-u - I" 1 ! i S;m-. ill SVrtitc:
i; A.S II.Li: Ind.. Jan. 1 L -A
rowd of men and hoys, armed with
shotg-iu';. rifles, clubs and pistols,
and accompanied l several hounds.
ntere.i th Elmendorf woods near
Kratzville, six miles west of here,
in search of the "hosts'" that are
Mipposed to be inhabiting the woods
and wl.h h ha eaused much ex-
ri'innii 111 i.ie n e m II . r II ( . ' O . I IIO j
croud was led by James A. lur-'gan.
a telephone lineman.
Alter the mer. and bovs had1
searched new
p iths several hours i
the doss suddenly ban to bark
i nd
and tiie men
oos got reau '
to charge. I- rom mit of blank snace
a small ball of hre su.ldenly dnp-
' '
le,x t :.ated gently among the
(,'I'IIIM HM IUI ft7 ,1 I' H t'
frightened for a few seconds. Then
they began the pursuit. When first
seen the illumination looked to be
about three blocks away. The pur
suers failed to capture or overtake
it. When last seen the phenom
enon seemed to be still moving.
Persons living in the Kratzville
neighborhood tell tales of a pile of
gold that was si;p.ed to have been
burled in the E!mer.d.rf n v.v.
eral ears aco bv an old miser who Ii1";1 it.iproveinrnt should be made
lived there. SiM:e of the suporsti-j 1 ef'r tho rateM ar ch'gd
tious ones believe that the "ghost" '
is The spirit of the old mier 'which j BULL KILLS FARMER
has come back to earth to guard i
the gold j Man is Trampletl and Pattered to
Driy Store Proprietress Violate
Liquor Iiw.
Nenn-Tlnte Spi 1 n ,-rvi'e:
WAP.SAW. Ind.. Jan. 12 Mirth. j
A. Wills, who, with her husband..!
owns a drvg store at Sidney, has
ben fo'ind u'iiüt.v f iolatin of
the :;" lav. S. She was Indirted
by the grant j'iry. Her husband,
who w.is irdicted at the time,
left th- v m Ni'vi-iSt-r and neer
returned. tViiliam Mendel. Nicke! f
Plate airent at S:("ü;. was the lead
ing w;tnss f. r the state. He yro
djced wa bills showing that a bar
rl or two of wh;-ky was deliered
t the Wills st ii- eery two weeks.
Try News-Times Want Ads
i-ixpixts to rinin.i: INTO
orrici; on om; stkinc;.
rohr.Mül'S, in,.. Jan. 12.
Nf w-TIin" Spslil Servier:
William . Smith. :is?or of
I'.nthdonu'v county, ran for
sheriff on the democratic ticket
?fvcril years a,ro, and wa elect
ed. 1'erson who recall the ram-
pnlcn declare that
i nil
fiddled his way into oihoe." Smith
is an oM-tiine fnhUer. and with
his fiddle h stumped this coun
ty, piayin- old-fashioned reels
and jls whenever he could et
ix cro.vd. Sometimes he went out
I'V himself, flayed a few Preak
downs and row and then (lanced
a little on his own motion. He
also vr-n out with sp:akrs and
often he v.a- the main .V.traction.
Novv conn s Karl Skeet Iley
ridds. of this city, with a propo
rtion to fiddle his way into office
on one string. IieynoMs is seek
i . cr the r p u'o'iica n r.rninalion for
sheriff He has n one-string fid
dle a:al has pl.iyed it at some
home tahnt vaudeville shows as
well as elsewhere aU'.'.it the city.
He manages to coax consideiahlo
muii nt of one string. He says
he can make one trine; do for
him what four strings did for
Smith. The er tipaimi will de
termine whethvr or not his de
cl iraticn is correct.
ever, Will Not State Con-
CH 1 1 C M at TlljS TiniC
New s-Tiuies Sprel.il Servli
LANSIN'ti. Mich.. Jan. 12. " There
is enly une condition under which I
will he a candidate for a third term.
an.l 1 al.solutoly will not livulse that
connition. ueciareu tiov. wnou
! hrid?e X. Ferris when asked wheth-
er he had yet made up his mind to
nmiiin ,,,1,,.,,,. u n.,t thP
roncim0n U. no one knows, and
tj,at thev will not. at least Tor a
; , pretty certain when
; the governor made this remark.
"I would not tell Kd. Shields or K.
0. Wood, if they were sitting where
you newspaper men art: now. No one
knows what this one rendition is ex
cept myself, and I cannot say more
about it."
The governor stated very plainly
that there was absolutely no use in
trying to puess what it is, for he
knew no one knew. Regarding the
national situation, the governor said
that lltere was only one man in the
republican ranks he was afraid of
and that was Justice Charles E.
Hughes of N'ew York., He does not
consider Iloosevelt as the type of a
man who could beat Pres't Wilsorr,
and added that he would,, however,
like to see Roosevelt anil Wilson in
the race and watch the result. Gov.
I'erris says he would not have any
alarm over the result if the two men
were candidates, as It is his opinion
that the country is not waiting for
the Knnsevelt type of president.
"I made the race for governor two
times when 1 did not want to run,
and I am being urged now more than
ever, yet I cannot say at this time
what I will do," declared the gover
nor. "If John T. Winship or some
other nood democrat would come to
my ottice ami say he would make the
race, I would back him and step out
gladly, for I am not desirous of hold-
'"'g the olfice longer."
Cedar Spring Hosiclent Decide to
Ciglit Phono liaise.
Tinies SiMM-Hl Servl.-e:
CKDAIi IMUNCS. Mich.. Jan. 12.
I Following the a nnouneement of
the raise in nites bv the Citizens'
, i elephone Co., more than Ö00 resi- i
i . . .... . i
dents, prominent business and uro-
r,. .;,,.. i i.m ., ,0ntin,.
iiv.. - n - i.i.i III' II, III 111 II l.lll.'O 1.11 I tllln
v, , i i .1 i
here and decided tliat unless the
i n . i i j , .
company immediately decided to
, ,ts wi , their
I1. I 1 i i
(telephones removed and begin the
use of another telephone system.
Pecause of two previous raises,
and tiie recent decision of the state
commission that the company was
warranted in raising its present
lates. citizens are up in arms and
hae tirmly resolve. d to resort to
drastic measures unless their de
mands are complied with. Pesides
the higher cost, it is claimed that
the serice here is not of the best,
Death bv Animal.
Vcus-Thi's Sj'.-i-l il Service:
SA;iX.W. .Mich.. Jan. 12. Carl
Foolktr. 7? yars old, was killed while
attempting to drive an infuriated
ull into a barn on a farm near here.
Welker, was warned not to attempt
the dangerous task, but he persisted
and was fo;:r.d within a few minutes
!iis body badly -bruised and life ex
tinct. 'iiteru.M :!. d s Si-n!i i:
PKAZIL. Ind.. Jan. 12. The state
today cb'sed its evidence in the case
of .Mrs. Myrtle Gibbons, charged
with murdering Elroy Smith at
Terre Haute. June 17. 1314. The
state introduced evidence to show
there were no powder burns on
Smith's clothing, in order to blast
Mrs. Gibbons' self-defense plea. The
tU-fcjiäw epenvd today.
Superintendent Says Number
Now Below Average Pris
oners Soon Get Fat.
News-Time-; Special Servi er
OLIii:iY?. Ind., Jan. 12.
Charles F. Talkington. former super
intendent of the Bartholomew coun
ty schools find now superintendent of
the penal farm, delivered an address
he fore the Bartholomew county
teachers' institute and described the
workings of the state farm. He said
Z() more men are needed there to
carry on the 'work.
i lie penai larm now o.is oui oiu
v . . . . l r i i pin
pri ciuTs and this is below the aver
au'e. .upt. Talkington said that
nearly all prisoners at the penal
farm are doinK well, that every man
there unless there is something
radically wnm? with him Kains an
avira'-;e of 10 pounds the first month
he works on the farm.
The penal farm is not jet self-sustaining
and will not he for a few
years, the superintendent says, but
he asserts it would come nearer be-in-r
self-sustaining at the present
time if more money had heen pro
ided to develop the natural re
sources of the place. He says a hig
supply of lime stone is on the farm
and 10 carloads of this could be
shipped daily if the farm officials
had the facilities for getting out the
stone and loading it.
Produce Stored for Winter.
A Kreut deal of farm and garden
produce was raised on the farm last
summer and stored for winter use.
Counting the farm's own products at
the present market value, Mr. Talk
ington said, the state is paying hut
10 cents a day for each prisoner's
food. He points out that the county
sheriffs are allowed 4 0 cents a day for
feeding jail prisoners. The pay roll
at the farm amounts to $40 a day
now, but even with that expense the
superintendent ligures that prisoners
are being kept at the state farm
more cheaply than they could be
nattered in the county jails. How
ever, this does not apply to the pris- i
oner who grets a sentence of but a
few days. It does not pay to send a ! eration, the two hinds, passive and
man to the farm for less than 30 active. In the wedded state con
days, the .superintendent asserts. sists in judicious letting alone and in
Only a few have escaped since the discreet offers of assistance,
farm was opened for prisoners, the Think that over. It reminds me
superintendent says. Now and then i of what a great editor said to me
a man takes advantage of the fact : uhout newspaper work. It has but
that he is working in the woods, a 'two arts, how to make a big thing
considerable distance from any j of a little thing und a little thing of
guard, and "hikes." A few have ; a big one.
jumped from the dormitory windows ! The woman who knows when to
nnd escaped at niht, hut most of
those who have pit away are men
who do not live in Indiana.
Take Tilde In Work.
Many of the prisoners take great
pride in their work, Mr. Talkington
says. One gang is digging a conduit
through the farm, another is making
a three-mile railroad grade, and
smaller gangs are doing various jobs
about the place. One small gang of
negroes has been building a wire
fence, and this gang has not been
under surveillance except that of a
crippled negro, who is known as the
boss of the men.
Iloosevelt Will Not lo on Ticket in
.Michigan Itaco.
Xfwu-TliiU'S Speei.-il Service:
IRNSING, Mich.. Jan. 12. Theo
dore Koosevelt's name will not ap
pear on the presidential primary bal
lot in Michigan at the election April ! mrn would deny themselves Pareiit
is when the voters of the state will ! hood. It is a strange lopsided world
instruct the delegates of the various ' tnat permits women to literally slave
political parties as to their choice themselves to death, in taking care
for president. ec'y of iState
Yaughan received a letter from Oys
ter lay In which the colonel says:
"I desire to have you withdraw
fc rthwith my name as a candidate In
! ine Piesiuenuai primary to oe held
I in Michigan on the first Monday in
This letter, which was mailed
frim urk Jan. 8, was in re-,
sponse to an oftlcial notitication from
j Me y aughan that. a sutticiem num. nio tne shop. I have seen him
j ber of petitions had been tiled to , spreading apple butter on thick
place Koosevelt's name on the na- sm cs buttered bread while his
: tlonal progressive ticket at the prcsi- I uife was at a church social and the
dential primary. j housemaid was on an errand, to ap-
After Vaughan's letter w as mailed, i pease their after school pangs of
petitions were filed to place Hoose- j hunger. He is one of the best busi
. elt's name on the republican ticket. ', noss mfn anl most Intelligent and
However, as tho state department
beliees it to be Koosevelt's inten
' tton to remain out of the fight in
Michigan, he will be notified Monday
that his name will not appear on
t ithcr ballot. Monday morning more
j petitions were received from Wash
jtcnaw county to place Koosevelt's
j n.,me on the republican ticket.
I Monday Henry Ford of letroit will
i be ofhcially notified by Sec'y
j Yaughan that a sufficient number of
j petitions have been received to put
the name of the Detroit manufac
turer on the republican ballot.
Pin at Mount Vernon Cause $10,0JO
Ls on Piiihling.
News-Times Sj.cc i;l Servi. :
MT. V KKNON, Ind.. Jan. 12.
The C. E. I. railroad, freight and
paserger station in this city was de
.troed by hre early today, causing
a loss of about $10.000. Several
pianos and other freight were
burned. Engines moved freight and
passenger cars from the yards and
saved them. The fire is thought to
have criminated from defectum wir-
Partners Say Ho Kofiietl to Return
With Tliem.
New-Tlmes Spv-l.il Service:
CHAKbKVOlX. Mich.. Jan. 12.
Considerable mstery surrounds the
whereabouts of William Du ha. for
merly of Pellaire, who recently left
on a fishing trip to Fox Island and
for more than a week has not been
heard from.
Duha recently purchased the H.
I... Hrady gasoline boat Ked Devil
ami a hshing outfit. He was induced
to take in as working partners Fred
Siniinow and George Fay, fishermen.
The partners made Fox island their
base and worked in that vicinity.
About a week ago iminow and
Fay arrived here with the boat,
quantity of hsh, and the outfit,
claiming that Duha had refused to
come with them.
Three attempts have been made to
reach the island from here, but th5
have been driven back by
storms. An investigation is being
No Secret About
Marital Bliss
1 ty Ada Patterson.
"There's no secret about happiness
in marriace," said a famous man on
the occasion of the golden anniver
sary of hi.s wedding. Yet by his
next words he proved that there is
a secret, a double secret, of such
happiness and he ave it.
"My wife has always let me alone
on accasions and I have let her alone
Then when she saw I needed help
she ask nie what she could do for!
me and did it. When she was not
exactly pleased with anything I ask
ed her -what I could do to help her.
That's all."
All of the secret of happiness In
consumption. Although opium is a
ers and philosophers and poets and
playwrights, all the married and un
married, are striving after and of
which some are ready to abandon
the search in despair. There are
many persons in marriise, and some
out of it, who are convinced that
happiness cannot be found in that
state, only resignation.
Here comes the man who ends
use a. padlock of silence is the mis-
tre.s of pTactieilly any matrimonial
situation. For ill timed words are
oil on the tlan.es of discord. They
are the fat in the fire. They are
salt In wounds. They are din to
tired nerves, a heavy hand upon a
The man who knows that to ask
' a tired woman, "Why did you do
i this?" is to make her want to hurl
j dishes at him doesn't pay it. He
! waits until she is rested, smiling, un-
hurried, at peace with the world.
They are great physicians in the
family circle who know the healing
of quiet.
There are times when to say: "Can I
help you." is to offer an ai'front. Hut
there are other times when it ays
"Peace, be still" to whirling winds
of the soul, especially if there be
children in the household.
There are men should we call
them so? who think it unmanlv.
I beneath their lordly dignity, to help
! to take care of the children. Such
of children, and always allows men
to look upon the little ones as more
disturbers of their rest, creatures
that "raise a row while a man is
trying to read his newspaper."
I know a hand president and
j treasurer of one of the richest and
most populous counties of the east.
whom I have seen pushing the per-
ambulater in his home block while
the nurse took the older children
i ....
. r rominent citizens in his part of the
state. I should be sorry for any
, poor whlpper snapper who deserved
: punishment at his hands. They are
big and strong enough to crush yet
tender enough to wipe away tears
of a child.
Heaven bless the men who are
j manly enough to offer their help to
women. And heaven equally bless
the woman who makes tender offers
of her sympathetic help to the man,
; her man, when he nee is it.
New Servant An' have
a garage on the place?
No. we have no car.
New Servant Then I can't come!
Wb! ycz. I have to have a place fer'
rd. Puck.
"I see you are presenting Hamlet
to the public this week."
"Presenting i- the riht word." a
rented the manager. "Nothing but
deadheads in the house."
While much attention hi? been re
cently given to the sabje t of acci
dent prevention, yd accidents cause
only about one-seve:uh aj? much des
titution as sickness.
A 93 Cent Corset
Heavy Co'jtil material,
latest model, in medium
hiirh hut and Ion? hips. Km
broidery and lace trims.
Extra sood elastic hose sun
porters. Full ranso f sizes
at 93 cents.
V RmKrnirlpripQ pmrl
on. Specially arranged
Drices. As is known the
owest of the season.
VF;cf I
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iiuitN in run
I Jane Addams Heads Peace
Party Before Foreign re
lations Committees.
Associated Press Service :
WASHINGTON, Jan. 12. Speak
ers for the Woman's peace party,
headed by Miss Jane Addams of
Chicago, pleaded with the senate and
house committees on foreign rela
tions Tuesday to enlist the strength
of the United States to help end the
European war.
Miss Addams told the committees
all Europe was ready for peace, the
belligerent nations most of all, if it
could be gained for them without
sacrifice of dignity and standing.
Pesides Miss Addams, Miss Soph
ronisba P.reckenridge of Chicago,
Mrs. Crystal Eastman Henedict, Mrs
Lucia Ames Mead and Miss Zona
Gale addressed the house committee
in the morning and repeated their
statements to the senators in the
Want Iicsident KmixnvcrtMl.
They urged the adoption of a joint
resolution, introduced by Rep. Curry,
which would empower the president
to invite all nations to send dele
gates to a convention to provide for
disarmament, create an international
legislature, court, army and police
All of the warring nations have
organizations seeking peace. Miss
Addams said, hut because of the
patriotism of the people and press,
who decline to talk peace for fear
of discouraging the army. No nation
has the means of learning the senti
ments of its adversaries.
all AKit.x(;i-:n.
"I know, John. dear, this high cost
of living- is terrible, hut do you really
think we can get along without a
s-ervant ?"
"We'll have to," Smith answered,
firmly, "unless I get a raise. Why,
hang it. if the worst comes to the
worst, you can do the cooking for
yourself and 1 can get my meals at
a restaurant."
Prospectors for gold, who have
I ben locating claims in the liice lake
district, 100 miles north of Winni
peg, report that the territory is rieh
in minerals. j
1 P 1
makes cleeir SKins
and good nair
The regular u?e of Resinol Scap forthe
toilet, hath and shampoo, can usually be
relied on to keep the complexion clear,
the hands white and s-jft, and the hair
healthy, flossy and free from dandruff.
If the Vln or ra'p '.ready in bad coition, a
shrrt Oeatmert w.:h Ilr.d Ointrrei.t ir.ay first b
tecosiryt-jrettore it? r.-rrra! Leah.-!. Kes:.r.'-1 Svap
ar.d ( Unrjnert are by all druggist, br sandle s
free, wr.te to Dc;t. iS-P, Res.i.cl, 1-a 't.r.-.-re, MJ.
Men rri: tfi:frf.tcf$ fud t.h.it AVx-
V ' X mV
Cover Week.
Buy any $3,50 Corset, and get 35c bad or a 50c Erassiei s
Buy any $5.00 Corset, and get 50c back--or a 50c Brassiere
Buy any $6.50 to $8.50 Corset, and get 75c back or a $1 Brass! ere
THE above offer applies to the unrestricted choice of any coiset, any
model, any size Modart; R. & G.; Binner; Warner; La Resista or
La Vida. The choice in Brassieres includes any at the prices mentioned.
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why we have adopted
1. A desire to see every man, woman, boy and
girl become independent.
2. A desire to see our community the most
prosperous in its history.
3. A desire to educate
fundamental lines cf
4. A desire to show
gence to save a dollar
5. A desire to demonstrate that habit
husband of thrift.
6. A desire to encourage every person who
works to have a savings account.
7. A desire to make you see that regularity in
saving is as important as regularity in eating
or sleepin
8. A desire to encourage and stimulate stability
and reliability in the bov.
If we succeed in doincr these things, even to
a limited degree, we will be satistied.
Merchants National Bank
Come and Sec Us
offering Linens, White Goods,
White Sale
is Corset, Brassiere and Corset
our vouth alono the
ml r
that it takes more I nielli
than spend it.
is th
$1.69 Corsets
P'isccntinued modc'.- of
rur $2.."" to .t."..r. 0 Corsts i"
pi-.v nnd mdi::rn .u-t. '.!
til ami lr :ide rn.it ri i!v
Ihik or fr-r.t hoe. io.,
rane of ie at SI. '.!.
erwear are now
selling at special
prices are the
On Sarlnrrs
nrh;ra.n Ptrcrt
Prc:i.l?tf '-otirteoUs treatment lo all,
from all, alwas.
Gold Crown
In South Ilond 15 VertTs.
Iieautiful Gold Crowi.s int
I? rids;; work. 12k, tor ordy .cO.
Why pay more?
sjti: oiiimt mucins
Krt of To Ui (uurtii $15 . . V, (
(;!rt CrrvTru f U ))
Uriels Work
IlfiarneJ Crovii . . . V.. kj
niiin-s . :,v
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